on. it's been days since the 9.0 huge earthquake. just about only a little less than an hour ago there was just a 5.3 aftershock off the coast. all those red dots are aftershocks that we're still dealing with. it's still shaking, but obviously we're not getting the huge ones that we did a day or two ago. right now the wind is light on shore up the coast from tokyo to sendai. a cold front moves through, behind the cold front, northwest winds wednesday, thursday, friday. if anything did happen to the nuclear reactor on the coast, all of the cloud would be blown off the coast out to sea. that's great news for the next three days, in case something bad really does happen. as far as here back home, there's rain this morning for our friends in atlanta as you head out the door. everybody else is dry. chilly in new england, 52 with showers in washington, d.c. around the rest of the country, maybe a sprinkle or two around chicago and minneapolis. the real bad weather is on the west coast. once again, those winds the next three days gusty offshore. people in tokyo and everyone else, you know, a little relief.